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NWS Binghamton SKYWARN Schedule Coming Soon for Spring 2020 

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The online webinars are from 6:30-8:30 pm. However, the webinars are set-up for participants to sign in early if technical issues occur and if the webinar runs a few minutes late thus the 6-9 pm listed time. 

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Skywarn trainings will be scheduled early 2020 for the spring season . Thank you for your interest. You can go through an on-line recorded SKYWARN class in three parts below. Once you complete these trainings, email your location name and contact information to and we will put you in our spotter database. 

About SKYWARN: Our program is a year round program.  Our goal is to train you how to accurately report severe weather to us, ranging from snowfall measurements, to severe weather (hail, wind, tornadoes, flooding).  We offer a Basic SKYWARN and an Advanced SKYWARN in our spring/early summer season, and a Basic Winter SKYWARN in the fall.  Flood SKYWARN is done throughout the year based on interest.  Anyone is welcome to attend the Basic SKYWARN classes, their is no age requirement and you do not need to have had prior training.  For our Advanced classes we required that you have attended (1) of our previous SKYWARN classes in the past 3 years.  This can include either our spring or winter version.  For Skywarn questions, email Mitchell Gaines at and . For Skywarn Amateur Radio questions email Dave at